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Suppose that (A, ≤) is a partially ordered set. A subset C is a chain if it is totally ordered under the order inherited from the partial order on A; that is, if c and c are elements of C then either c ≤ c or c ≤ c. Zorn’s lemma then states that if (A, ≤) is a partially ordered set in which each chain has an upper bound, then A has a maximal element. 28 The axioms of set theory Zorn’s lemma implies the axiom of choice, and the axiom of choice implies Zorn’s lemma. We shall prove the former statement here.

A subset B of A is σ-invariant if σ(B) = B. If a ∈ A let Oa = ∩{B ∈ P (A) : a ∈ B and B is σ-invariant}. (a) Show that Oa is σ-invariant. (b) Suppose that Oa ∩ Ob = ∅. Show that Oa = Ob . ) (c) A subset O of A is an orbit of σ if there exists a ∈ A such that O = Oa . Show that the set of orbits is a partition of A. What is the corresponding equivalence relation? 2 A subgroup H of a group G is a subset of G with the properties (i) the identity of G belongs to H; (ii) if h ∈ H then h−1 ∈ H; (iii) if h and h are in H then h ◦ h ∈ H.

Next, we must show that if n ∈ P then there exists exactly one a ∈ A such that (n, a) ∈ g. Again, we prove this by induction. Let U = {n ∈ P : if (n, a) ∈ P and (n, a ) ∈ P then a = a }. ¯) ∈ g. Suppose that (0, a ) ∈ g and that First, we show that 0 ∈ U . (0, a ¯) ∈ g , since a = a ¯. If (n, a) ∈ g ⊆ g ¯. Let g = g \ {(0, a )}. Then (0, a a =a then (s(n), f (a)) ∈ g, and (s(n), f (a)) = (0, a ), since s(n) = 0, so that (s(n), f (a)) ∈ g . Thus g ∈ S, and so g ⊆ g , giving a contradiction. Secondly, we show that if n ∈ U then s(n) ∈ U .